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Jesse Hauk Shera
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Jun 04, 2010 Josh rated it really liked it
I liked the style of this book. Sure, it's a bit dry, but not as bad as some might worry about. I think the reasoning and questions it raises are important and interesting, considering that he wrote/spoke the 1970s.
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Jesse Hauk Shera was an American librarian and information scientist who pioneered the use of information technology in libraries and played a role in the expansion of its use in other areas throughout the 1950s, 60s, and 70s.

He was born in Oxford, Ohio on December 8, 1903, the only child of parents Charles, and Jessie Shera. His hometown of Oxford was a farming community and the home of Miami Uni
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